A Colorful New Year: Radiant Orchid Fabrics

DEC 6, 2013 updated May 28, 2016

Spoonflower designers are on point with Pantone's 2014 Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid. We're lost in these orchid-influenced fabrics, wallpapers, and wrapping papers. Purple, traditionally the color of royalty, derives its name from the Greek πορφύρα (porphura), the name for Tyrian Purple, a dye made from the mucus of the spiny dye-murex snail! 2013's Emerald served as a symbol of growth, renewal and prosperity, and Pantone describes their purple pick for 2014 as “an enchanting harmony of fushia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid inspires confidence and emanates great joy, love and health."

Visit our Radiant Orchid Pinterest board for more inspiration, prints & patterns in this fresh hue that are sure to bring you a color-filled new year. 

Radiant-lilac

 

Purple Lilac by Vib 

Foxglove by Domesticate

Foxglove by Domesticate 

Radiant-Zebra

Baby Zebra Visits the Cheshire Cat in Wonderland by Smuk 

Radiant-FlowerFans

Flower Fans Pop Pink by Modern Print Craft

Radiant-ashley

Ashley by Wolfie and the Sneak

Radiant-Boho

 Boho Petals by Robyriker

 

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